General Motors Co.’s Southeast Asian operations report what the auto maker calls an encouraging 30% growth in sales last year, with the flagship Chevrolet Captiva compact cross/utility vehicle taking some 25% of the 30,000 deliveries across the region. GM Southeast Asia President Martin Apfel says General Motors (Thailand) Ltd.’s sales climbed 32% to 20,026 units in 2010, for a 2.5% share of its largest regional market. In Indonesia, GM says its sales surged 65% in an overall market ...
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